Roslyn_food_Map1A. #9 Miner’s Grill
#9 Miner’s grill (not depicted on the map) is on the 903 to the left, just as you head into Roslyn.  Formerly the Cruise-In Diner, this revamped establishment brings the feel of a traditional roadhouse, complete with complimentary peanuts and a license to discard your shells on the floor as you please.  Beef burgers, elk burgers, Steak, fish, and chicken sandwiches, fish and chips, and a BLT are examples of items on the lunch menu.  Steaks are the highlight of the dinner menu!  New York, flank, and flat iron steaks are proudly sourced from Cle Elum’s own Owen’s Meats.

1B. The Roslyn Bistro
 The Roslyn Bistro, (not depicted on the map) is on the 903 to the right, just as you head into Roslyn.  The Roslyn Bistro is now open Thursday through Sunday for brunch and dinner. It provides a very nice environment to enjoy brunch and dinner.  The brunch menu is brimming with hearty options like Sirloin & Eggs, Crepes, Gourmet Burgers, Paninis, and my personal favorite, the Bacon and Shrimp Benedict (pictured). What’s more, a hearty baked potato is an optional side with many of the dishes!

2. The Brick
The Brick Saloon, originally opened in 1889, is Washington’s oldest continuously operating bar.  It’s also famous for its original 23 foot running water spittoon.  It offers traditional pub grub including Burgers, Dips, melts, fish n chips, soup, salad, and chili.  You can also order a Rib Eye or a Surf & Turf if the feeling grabs you.  It’s a bar, but half of the establishment is open to family dining until 9pm.  Don’t have time for a meal?  The appetizer menu includes, Nachos, Wings, Jalapeno Poppers, Fries and more.  By the way, our webcam points right at the Brick Saloon, so you can always see what’s happening.

3. Basecamp Books and Bites
Basecamp is a community gathering place, it’s a spot to grab a bite or read a book, and it’s a great place to start any Roslyn outdoor adventure. Located in the center of town (in the building known for the historic miner mural), the comfortable setting allows for indoor and outdoor seating while you enjoy an espresso drink, a snack, or even a light meal.  There are plenty of trail guides and hiking books available to help you pull your plans together.  You will also find a variety of snacks and trail mixes to provide you nourishment when you hit the trails.

4. Roslyn Roadhouse
Roslyn Roadhouse (formerly the Pastime) is half bar, half family dining with pretty good separation between the two.  Here you can find something to eat for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and even a late night snack.  If you don’t have young ones with you, the Pastime has a great outdoor patio that gets great sun, has beautiful flower arrangements, and even features a horseshoe pit for passing the time.

The Roslyn Cafe

The Roslyn Cafe

5. The Roslyn Café
The Roslyn Café is home to the famous mural of the camel, however, the food is their real attraction.  The menu features unique surprises such as the Buffulo Chicken Spring Rolls, the Mediterranean Spiced Lamb Burger, the Vegetarian Quinoa Burger, and pulled pork sliders served on a pretzel bun.  The breakfast menu is packed with great ways to start your day as well.  The weekly specials are also sure to get your attention!  This summer, the Roslyn Café is opening a BBQ pit and beer garden out back, so stay tuned for more about that addition!

6. Maggie’s Pantry
Maggie’s Pantry is an espresso, café, & grocery store committed to serving the community with wholesome, delicious food made from scratch.  The Veggie Wrap, the Breakfast Burrito and the Reuben sandwich are among our favorite items.  See more about Maggie’s Pantry in our video feature.

7. Village Pizza:
The village Pizza is a family run pizza shop with arguably some of the best Pizza you’ll find in the state.  It’s a fun place to dine in with the family or call in an order for take out (a mostly up-to-date menu is located here). Ever put honey on your Pizza?  Here it is encouraged and we think your taste buds will thank you.

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9. Marko’s Place
Marko’s Place is a local favorite. It’s a bar so you must be 21 to enter, but here you can grab a wide assortment of pub grub ranging from burgers, mozzarella sticks, pot stickers, pizza, and popcorn shrimp.  They also offer a pool table, foosball table, a great patio, and plenty of local cheer. It’s also a great place to catch sports!

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Roslyn Coffee Co.

10. Red Bird Café
The Red Bird Cade serves coffee, sandwiches and soup and offers a nice place to relax, read the paper, and enjoy your food and beverage.  Be sure to pop in before a hike to grab a sandwich to go!

11. Roslyn Coffee Company
The Roslyn Coffee company is nestled between the Brick and the Roslyn movie theater. The drive through espresso/coffee shop is a great choice if you’re looking to grab a beverage on the way in or out of town.  If you have a moment, walk on up and enjoy your coffee outdoors on a picnic table or in the gazebo.

12. The Swandive Food Truck
The Swandive Food Truck shares the property with the Roslyn Coffee Company and serves delicious fish, shrimp and pork tacos.  There’s a reason they are not just called a taco truck.  The Swandive is also home to a grilled bratworst (from Owen’s meats) served on a pioneer roll with caramelized onions, pulled pork and BBQ sauce!

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Roots BBQ

13. Roots BBQ
Are you craving authentic Texas style BBQ in a great outdoor environment? If so, be sure to visit Roots BBQ, Roslyn’s new outdoor BBQ pit. Brisket and Ribs are available by the pound and smoked chicken and hot links are also at the ready. Side dishes include Collard Greens, Pit Beans, Copper Carrots, and Coleslaw. Of course, beer and wine is also available to help you beat the heat.

 

 

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The Roslyn Brewery

Breweries:
A. The Roslyn Brewing Company
The original Roslyn Brewing and Malting Company was a coal miners best friend back in the early 1900s, but it closed its doors in 1913 due to prohibition.  In 1990, The Roslyn Brewing Company opened its doors to continue the brewing tradition in Roslyn with hand crafted German style lagers.   A visit to Roslyn isn’t complete without a visit to this brewery and taproom.  All you’ll find to eat here are pretzils, but they encourage you to pack a picnic basket or bring in food from any of the great local restarants and enjoy it with a lager in their pleasant fenced outdoor beer garden.  See more about the Roslyn Brewery in our video feature.

 

Sweets & Treats:
B. The Roslyn Candy Company
Craving a sweet treat?  Don’t miss out on the Roslyn Candy Company.  This cute little candy shop is a favorite of locals and tourists, kids and adults.  The owners are true chocolatiers and the shop features amazing truffles as well as vintage candies.  Be sure to bring the kids in for some Roslyn “Coal Candy!” See more about the Roslyn Candy Company in our video feature.

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The Roslyn Candy Company

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